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Creamer struggling on greens

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Paula Creamer's shoulders slumped leaving the sixth hole Saturday at the U.S. Women's Open after she missed a 3-foot putt for par.

Creamer's three-putt dropped her from red numbers, moving her to even par, three shots behind Cristie Kerr.

After the second round, Creamer spoke about how majors are won 'two-putting for pars.' It was a formula she heard Hollis Stacy used to win her three U.S. Women's Opens. Of course, that's not to say Creamer isn't interested in one-putts, only that her speed is vital in setting up the pars that ultimately win this event.